uncertaintynoun [ C or U ]uk /ʌnˈsɜː.tən.ti/ us /ʌnˈsɝː.tən.ti/
Nothing is ever decided, and all the uncertainty is very bad for staff morale. 甚麽都還沒有決定，而這一切不確定因素都對員工士氣非常不利。
Life is full of uncertainties. 人生充滿了未知數。
- Is there any uncertainty at all about the way she died?
- The commission's report has dispelled much of the uncertainty that has enshrouded the industry.
- There's a degree of uncertainty over the company's future.
- There's some uncertainty surrounding the funding for the project.
- There's an element of uncertainty in our plans.